Eagle Cals 32 73 P-40 Tomahawk IIB

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Scott Van Aken

For the second new Brit Tomahawk sheet, EagleCal has a nice mixture of Desert and European paint schemes.

The Desert scheme aircraft is from 112 Sq and may be the first of this unit's planes to be painted with the shark mouth motif.

The other is one of three aircraft briefly used by 73 Sq in late 1941 before being sent off somewhere else. Many of the squadron's pilots flew this plane, including the squadron CO and an ace or two. 73 Sq was one of the few RAF units that held on to their pre-war unit markings, making this a more colorful than usual aircraft. It is in the Curtiss RAF equivalent colors and the European scheme.

Common markings are provided for one aircraft.

Thanks to EagleCals for the review sheet

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